Mir Environmental Effects Payload (MEEP). Extra Vehicular Activity (EVA). Passive Optical Sample Assembly (POSA). Polished Plate Micrometeoroid and Debris (PPMD). -- Copy negatives made from prints. -- Johnson Space Center Reference Number: STS076-461-027, STS076-461-031, STS076-461-033, STS076-462-003, STS076-462-004, STS076-462-008, STS076-713-005, STS076-713-035, STS076-730-000G, STS076-737-004, STS076-817-022, STS076-817-066. -- Duplicated on: 05/02/98. -- MEEP handrail clamps in shuttle airlock, prior to EVA deployment, STS-76. Astronaut Rich Clifford demonstrating MEEP handrail clamp to cosmonaut, prior to deployment on STS-76 EVA. MEEP handrail clamps, cosmonaut, and astronaut in shuttle airlock, prior to deployment of handrail clamps on STS-76. EVA astronauts Rich Clifford and Linda Godwin, on port sill of shuttle bay, preparing to remove MEEP experiment containers from sidewall carriers, as seen from Mir during STS-76. MEEP sidewall carriers, in shuttle cargo bay, port side, after EVA removal of experiment carriers, as seen from Mir. Mir, photographted from shuttle after STS-76 un-docking; Mir fills image, and MEEP deployed on docking module. Mir, with Earth coastline in background; Mir about one-third of image size. EVA astronaut moving along shuttle cargo bay sill, with MEEP experiment caontainer attached to hip by rigid tether. Mir, one side lit by sun, as seen after STS-76 un-docking; Mir fills about two-thirds of image, with balck background of space. Mir, as seen from either a Mir module or shuttle window; one deployed MEEP shown in silhouette, against a background of Earth. Mir core and docking module, POSA or POSA2 visible.